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Sigils and Description of the Kings and Prince


King BOBOGEL (Sun, Sunday)

King Bobogel Seal

Appeared in a black velvet coat: And his hose close round hose, with velvet upper stocks: overlade with gold lace: On his head a velvet hat cap: with a black feather in it: with a Cape hanging on one of his shoulders. His purse hanging about his neck: and so put under his girdle at which hung a gilded rapier. his beard was long he had plinufles & pynsions. And he said, I wear these robes not in respect of my self, but of my government: &c.

Prince BORNOGO

Appeared in a red Robe, with a Gold Circlet on his head: he showed his Seale, and said, This it is.

Bornogo Seal

The 42 Ministers of Bornogo

Seven of the Ministers are appareled like Bobogel the king: sagely and gravely. All the rest are almost ruffian or roister like. Some are like to be men and women. for in the forepart they seamed women, and in the back part men, by their apparel: And they were the last 7. They danced, leapt, & kissed. They came afterward into a Circle: the Sage & the rest: But the Sage stand all together.

The first of the Sage lift up his hand a loft, and said,

Faciamus secundum voluntatem Dei: Ille Deus noster, est vere Nobilis et aeternus.

He pluck up his right foot, and under it appeared an L. & of the rest in like manner, appeared their letters or names.

1. The first 7 grew all together in a flame of fire, and so sunk down into the Transparent fiery Globe of the New World.

2. The second 7 fell down like drops of Metal.

3. The Third 7 Clasp together, & fall down in a thick smoke.

4. The 4th Seven, join together, and vanish like drops of water.

5. The fifth 7, fall down like a storm of hail.

6. The last vanished away.

At an other time, they cam (being called by King Carm.) all 42 bringing a round Table over their heads flat wise: and then they laid it down & stode about it: the letters being as before.

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Seal of the Ministers of Bornogo


 

King BABALEL (Mars, Tuesday)

Appeared with a Crown of Gold on his head: with a long robe whitish of Color. His left arm sleeve, was very white: and his right Arm sleeve was black. he seamed to stand uppon water. his name was written in his forehead: BABALEL

King Babalel Seal

 

Prince BEFAFES

He appeared in a long red robe, with a circlet of gold on his head. He had a golden girdle: and on it written BEFAFES. He opened his bosom, & appeared lean: and seamed to have feathers under his Robes. His Seale, or Character, is this:

Befafes Seal

The 42 Ministers of Befafes

Of his 42 Ministers, the first 7, had Circlets of Gold on their heads and the king BABALEL called Befafes, saying, Veni Princeps in principum, qui sunt Aquarum Principes. Every one of the 42 had a letter in his forehead. They were 7 in a row; and 6, downward. But of the first 7 the letters became to be between their feet, and the water seamed continually to pass over these letters. The first 7 take the water & throw it up, and it became clouds. The Second throw it up, and it became hail & snow &c. The 42 dive into the water, & so vanish away. And Babalel and Befafes also was suddenly gone. Their Names and Characters appeared to be these, which follow in these squares.

 

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Seal of the Ministers of Befafes


 

King BYNEPOR

He appeared in royal robes with a golden crown on his head.  The power of this king sustain the general state and condition of things.

 

Seal of King Bynepor

Prince BUTMONO

He appeared in a red Robe, with a golden Circlet on his head. His Seale is this:

Sigil of Prince Butmono

The 42 Ministers of Prince Butmono

They appeared like Ghosts, and Smokes without all form: having every one of them, a little glittering spark of fire in the midst of them

The first 7, are red as blood. *

The Second 7 not so red* These had the sparks greater then the rest.

The third 7, like whitish smoke*

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The fifth +

The sixth + are of diverse Colors. All had fiery sparks in their Middle.

Every Spark had a letter in it, as followed

 

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Seal of the Ministers


 

King BNASPOL

He appeared in a red Robe, and a Crown on his head. His Prince followed him: and after him his Ministers.

Seal of King Bnaspol

Prince BLISDON

 He appeared in a Robe of many Cullours: and on his hed a Cerclet of Gold. His Character, or seale:

Seal of Prince Blisdon

The 42 Ministers of Prince Blisdon

The 42 seamed to stand in a ring about a little hill; The hill was of Clay. Behind this Company seamed to stand an innumerable Multitude of ugly peoples a far of. Those which seem to stand about the little hill, seem to have in the palms of their hands letters. in order as here appeared.

 

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Seal of the Ministers

Those, which stode a far of, are spirits of perdition: which keep earth with her Treason, for him &c.

 


 

King BNAPSEN

He appeared as a king, with a Crown on his head.

 

Prince BRORGES

He appeared in his red apparel: & he opened his Clothes and there did issue, mighty & most terrible or ghastly flames of fyre out of his sides: whych no mortall eye could abyde to loke uppon any long while. And in the marvelous raging fire, this word BRORGES did appear tosses to & fro of the very flames. His Seale, or Character is this:

Seal of Prince Brorges

The 42 Ministers of Prince Brorges

The 42 appeared, and holding a round Table, they tossed it in fiery flames.

- In the Table were the letters of their names as followed:

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King BLVMAZA

He appeared as a man with a regal manner, wearing a red robe and a crown of gold.

Seal of King Blumaza

 

Prince BRALGES

He appeared in a red Robe with a Circlet on his head, And he was the last, of the 7; which held the Heptagon all the rest being set down: who seeme now to extend their hands one toward an other: as though they played being now rid of their work.

 

Ministers

The powers under his Subjection are Invisible.

They appeared like little white smokes without any form.

All the world seemed to be in brightness

This is the Seale of his government:

 

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King BALIGON

He is the same mighty king, who is, here, first described by the name of CARMARA. and yet otherwise, (among the Angels) called MARMARA, but that M is not to be expressed. Therefore, he appeared in a long purple gown, & on his head a Triple Crown of Gold: with a measuring rod of gold in his hand: divided into three equal parts. In the form of very well proportioned Man. 

King Baligon Seal

 

 

Prince BAGENOL

He came wearing a short red robe with a circlet of gold upon his head. In the palm of his right hand he carried a ring or disk with a small hole in the center.  This is his Seal, which is named Barees.  Hi is also call Hagonel

The 42 Ministers of Prince Bagenol

Note, the king him self is governor over these.

The 42 Ministers appeared, like bright people.

And besides them; all the Air swarmed with Creatures.

Their letters were in their foreheads. They stode in a Circle.

They toke the letters from their foreheads, and set them in a Circle.

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Oration to the Almighty

 

O Almighty, Eternal, the True and loving GOD: O King of Glory: O Lord of Hoasts: O thow, the Creator of Heaven, and Earth, and of all things visible and Invisible: Now, (even now, at length,) Among other thy manifold mercies used, and to be used, toward me, thy simple servant John Dee, I most humbly beseech thee, in this my present petition to have mercy upon me, to have pity upon me, to have Compassion upon me: Who, faithfully and sincerely, of long time, have sought among men, in Earth: And also by prayer, (full oft, and pitifully,) have made sute unto thy Divine Majesty for the obtaining of some convenient portion of True Knowledge and understanding of thy laws, and Ordinances, established in the Natures and properties of thy Creatures: By which Knowledge, Thy Divine Wisdom, Power and Goodness, (on thy Creatures bestowed, and to them imparted,) being to me made manifest, might abundantly instruct, furnish, and allure me, (for the same,) incessantly to pronounce thy praises, to render unto the, most hearty thanks, to advance thy true honor, and to win unto thy Name, some of thy due Majestical Glory, among all people, and for ever. And, whereas, it hath pleased the, (O God,) of thy infinite Goodness, by thy faithful, and holy Spiritual Massagers, to deliver unto me, long since, (through the eye, and ere of E.K.) An Orderly form, and manner of Exercise HEPTARCHICAL: How, (to thy Honor and Glory, and the Comfort of my own poor soul, and of others thy faithful servants,) I may, at all times, use very many of thy good Angels, their Counsels and helps; according to the proprieties of such their Functions, and Offices, as to them, by thy Divine Power, wisdom and Goodness, is assigned, and limited: (Which Orderly form, and manner of Exercise, Until even now, I never found so urgent Opportunities, and extreme Necessities, to apply my self unto,) Therefore, I thy poore, and Simple Servant, do, most humbly, hardly, and faithfully beseech thy Divine Majesty, most lovingly and fatherly to favor: and by thy Divine Beck to further this my present industry and endeavor to Exercise my self, according to the foresaid Orderly form and manner:

And, Now, (At length, but not to late,) for thy dearly beloved Son IESVS CHRIST his sake, (O Heavenly Father,) to grant also unto me, this blessing, and portion of thy heavenly Graces: That thaw wilt, forthwith, enable me, make me apt, and Acceptable, (in body soul, and Spirit,) to enjoy always the Holy and friendly Conversation, with the Sensible, plane, full, and perfect Help, (in word, and dede,) of thy Mighty, wise, and Good Spiritual Massagers and Ministers Generally: And, Namely, of Blessed Michael, Blessed Gabriel, Blessed Raphael, and Blessed Uriel; And, Also Especially, of all those, which do appertain, unto the HEPTARCHICAL Mystery: Isagogically, (as yet,) and very briefly, unto me declared: under the Method of Seven Mighty Kings, and their Seven faithful and Princely Ministers, with their Subjects, and Servants, to them belonging. And in this thy great Mercy, and Grace, on me bestowed, and to me Confirmed, (O Almighty God,) thaw shalt, (to the great comfort of thy faithful servants,) approve, to thy very enemies, and mine, the Truth and certainty of thy manifold most merciful promises, heretofore, made unto me: And that Thaw, arte the True and Almighty God, Creator of Heaven and Earth, (uppon whom, I do Call: and in whom, I put all my trust,) And thy Ministers, to be the True, and faithfull Angels of light: which have, hitherto, principally, and according to thy Divine Providence, dealt with us: And, also, I, thy poor, and simple Servant, shall, than, In, and By thee, be better humble to serve thee, according to thy well pleasing: to thy Honor and Glory: Yea, even in these most miserable, and lamentable Days. Grant, Oh great, O our Heavenly father, grant this, (I pray thee,) for thy only begotten Son IESVS CHRIST, his sake: Amen, Amen, Amen.

Exordiums to the Kings .

O puissant, and right Noble King, (N,) And by what Name else so-ever, thaw art called, or mayst truly and duly be called: To whose peculiar Government, Charge, Disposition, and Kingly Office, doth appertain thee, (N. &c.)

In the Name of the King of Kings, the Lord of Hoasts, the Almighty GOD, Creator of Heaven and earth, and of all things visible, and Invisible: O right Noble King (N,) Come, Now, and Appear, with thy Prince, and his Ministers, and Subject, to my perfect, and Sensible eye Judgment: in a godly, and friendly manner, to my Comfort and help, for the advancing of the Honor and Glory of our Almighty GOD, by my service: As much as by thy wisdom and Power, in thy proper Kingly office, and Government, I may be helped, and enabled unto: Amen.

COME, O right Noble King (N,) I say COME. Amen.

Gloria Patri, Et Filius Et Spiritus Sancti Amen.

 

Exordium to the Prince

O Noble Prince, (N,) and by what Name else so-ever, thaw art Called, or mayst truly, and duly be called: To whose peculiar Government, Charge, Disposition, Office, and Princely Dignity doth appertain thee, (N, &c)

In the Name of Almighty GOD, the King of Kings, And for his honor, and Glory, to be advanced by my faithful Service, I require thee O Noble Prince, (N,) to COME presently, and to show thy self, to my perfect and Sensible eye Judgment, with thy Ministers, servants and Subjects; to my comforts, and help, in wisdom, and Power, according to the propertie of thy Noble Office: COME, O Noble Prince, (N,) I say COME. Amen.

Pater noster, &c.